Difference between revisions of "John Rogers Drive"

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* Intersection with Wright Way (west)/[[Derby Parkway]] (east)
 
* Intersection with Wright Way (west)/[[Derby Parkway]] (east)
 
** 1780: planned event venue
 
** 1780: planned event venue
** 1800: [[Guiding Light Church]]
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** 1800: [[Guiding Light Church]] (built 2007)
 
* Northeast intersection with [[Brownlee Hills Road]]
 
* Northeast intersection with [[Brownlee Hills Road]]
 
* Southwest intersection with [[Brownlee Hills Road]]
 
* Southwest intersection with [[Brownlee Hills Road]]
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* Intersection with [[Crestwood Boulevard]] ([[U. S. Highway 78]]), continues south, then east as Old Highway 78
 
* Intersection with [[Crestwood Boulevard]] ([[U. S. Highway 78]]), continues south, then east as Old Highway 78
  
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John Rogers Drive is an approximately 3.5-mile, five-lane road connecting U. S. Highway 11 (Gadsden Highway) to U. S. Highway 78 (Crestwood Boulevard) just west of Interstate 459 in Birmingham and providing access to the Birmingham Race Course. It was named for Alabama State Representative John Rogers, a major proponent for the Race Course.

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